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Past Conferences

Featured Articles

Net Neutrality Is Misguided, Because the Internet Doesn't Exist

While it's fashionable to announce oneself as being for Net Neutrality, our columnist argues that the idea is built on a fallacy.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2014

Video Platform Nideo Targets B2B

UK-based start up claims its platform, based on Microsoft Azure, offers analytics and tracking capabilities that are better suited to B2B video than YouTube, Vimeo, or Brightcove.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Nov 2014

Will MSE/EME/DASH Lead to Simpler Workflows? Don't Bet on It

What the online video industry needs is simple standards for reaching all viewers. But when have standards ever simplified online video?
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2014

Viewability Holds Online Video Ads to Low Standards

Ensuring that paid online video ads are actually seen is a good thing. But the recently created standard is more of a joke than a useful benchmark.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2014

How to Maximize the Reliability of a Cellular Bonding Solution

Cellmux technology is now an essential part of many video operations, but connections aren't always reliable. Here's how to ensure strong uptime and throughput.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2014

HEVC: Are We There Yet?

If you've spent any time at NAB or IBC, you'd think that HEVC is ready for prime time. The reality is that, for almost every use case, it's nowhere close.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2014

IBC Attendees Move in Unison to the Next Big Thing

Whether they're talking about the cloud, 3D, 4K, or HEVC, IBC vendors and visitors look for the next shiny button to push. But will that advance the industry?
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2014

Unity Intercom: Low-Budget, High-Quality Talkback for Webcasts

Unity Intercom uses iPhones and server software running on a Mac to offer full-featured talkback for up to 58 stations
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Nov 2014

BSkyB Funds Whistle Sport, Its Latest Video Start-Up Investment

The U.K. pay TV operator has made serial investments in several young online video companies to safeguard its future. Here's a look at BSkyB's start-up portfolio.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Oct 2014

How to Choose a Live Encoder for Adaptive Video Streaming

Live video encoding used to be a simple operation that the broadcaster handled on-site. Now, offering streaming video to multiple platforms requires more power and bandwidth.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Oct 2014

Chrome's API Shutdown Spells Trouble for Smooth Streaming

Google is phasing out support for the Netscape Plugin API in the coming months, so Smooth Streaming providers need to come up with a strategy soon.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Oct 2014

Vimond: Sport Broadcast Is a Lab for Online Video Experimentation

The online sports viewing experience needs to offer far more than television, with advanced options that engage viewers and let them see any part of the action.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Oct 2014

How to Choose and Deploy a Video Management System

There are systems created specifically for every type of video (or even audio). Read this to help narrow down the choices.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Oct 2014

Media Servers: How Customers and Consumers Access Online Video

Wowza explains how cloud functionality is allowing advanced online video viewing, and how its own products have changed for changing needs.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Oct 2014

Videoplaza Explains the Value of Ads to a Live Event Business

Creating a scalable live event business from scratch is a risky enterprise. One way to play down that risk is by bringing in ads.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Oct 2014

How to Encode Content for Delivery on Multiple Screens

It takes serious investments to stream to all viewers on all devices. For many content companies, the costs will be too high.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Oct 2014

Limelight: Support for Old and New Formats Crucial for CDNs

While the online video world is shifting to HTTP, many broadcasters demand that CDNs continue to support aging legacy formats.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Oct 2014

Netflix, Net Neutrality, and the Future of OTT

In a discussion at last week's CDN World Forum, telcos, operators, CDNs, and broadcasters tackled the questions of Net Neutrality and Netflix, only to find the answers intertwined
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Oct 2014

BBC Explains How and Why it Created Video Factory, Cloud Backend

Taking a break after the London Olympics, the BBC's Future Media team planned their biggest project yet, a scalable cloud backend.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Oct 2014
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